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The Blue Thumb Recordings


Download links and information about The Blue Thumb Recordings by The Love. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Rock, Psychedelic genres. It contains 38 tracks with total duration of 02:33:10 minutes.

Artist: The Love
Release date: 2007
Genre: Rock, Psychedelic
Tracks: 38
Duration: 02:33:10
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No. Title Length
1. I'll Pray for You 4:10
2. Abalony 1:47
3. Signed D. C. 5:08
4. Listen to My Song 2:18
5. I'm Down 3:43
6. Stand Out 3:01
7. Discharged 1:33
8. Doggone 11:59
9. I Still Wonder 3:06
10. Love Is More Than Words or Better Late Than Never 11:20
11. Nice to Be 1:54
12. Car Lights On In the Daytime Blues 1:09
13. Run to the Top 2:56
14. Willow Willow 3:15
15. Instra-Mental 2:56
16. You Are Something 2:03
17. Gather 'Round 4:43
18. The Everlasting First 3:01
19. Flying 2:36
20. Gimi a Little Break 2:10
21. Stand Out 3:24
22. Keep On Shining 3:49
23. Anytime 3:22
24. Slick Dick 3:05
25. Love Is Coming 1:23
26. Feel Daddy Feel Good 3:15
27. Ride That Vibration 3:34
28. Good Times (Live) 3:50
29. August (Live) 5:17
30. My Little Red Book (Live) 2:52
31. Nothing (Live) 4:38
32. Orange Skies (Live) 3:59
33. Andmoreagain (Live) 4:00
34. Gather Round (Live) 7:00
35. Bummer In the Summer (Live) 3:26
36. Singing Cowboy (Live) 8:14
37. Signed D.C. (Live) 6:43
38. Love Is More Than Words or Better Late Than Never (Live) 6:31



 Love’s third album 1968’s Forever Changes was such a masterpiece that it doomed everything its creator, Arthur Lee, tried in its wake. The original band broke up and Lee reformed Love for the follow-up album, 1969’s Four Sail. Twenty-seven tracks were recorded; ten were used. The remaining songs were issued three months later in December 1969 with the band’s new record label, Blue Thumb, as the double album Out Here. This sprawling set, while uneven, features several key Lee performances. The drug-related undercurrents of “I Still Wonder,” the growing cynicism of “Gather ‘Round” and the acoustic simplicity of “Listen to My Song” are every bit as essential as Lee’s earlier work.  The extended jams (“Love is More Than Words or Better Late than Never,” “Doggone”) are more indulgent and point towards jam band territory and the harder rock of False Start recorded in 1970 that was released on Valentine’s Day 1971. Start includes Lee’s collaboration with Jimi Hendrix (“The Everlasting First”) and a collection of shouters (“Slick Dick,” “Feel Daddy Feel Good”) that are uncharacteristically brusque  For this collection, live tapes of the band’s 1970 U.K. tour were found and feature songs from throughout the band’s career, including “Andmoreagain,” “Bummer in the Summer” and “Signed D.C.” that continue the hard rock approach with grinding rhythms and extended guitar solos.